1. A SmartBrief on EdTech poll found that 60% of respondents said their districts use technology as part of instruction or assessment in all core subjects. The 27% who do so in math primarily use such tools as clickers and interactive white boards.
  2. A 2012 Innosight Institute study found that $60 billion has been spent on educational technology in the last 20 years–with no discernible gains in student outcomes.
  3. A recent PBS survey found that 43% of classroom computing goes into playing digital educational games.
  4. A recent CDE and NSBA survey found that 74% of respondents said their districts maintain a presence on at least one social network, up 44% from 2011.
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